Phase II CalRecycle Debris Removal

CalOES has tasked CalRecycle to manage debris removal operations in Butte County.  The bid is currently open through January 22, 2019 and information can be accessed on the CalRecycle website.

Some contractors may have submitted information to to get onto the contractors list to receive information when solicitations are published.
If you download CalRecycle contract documents and want to be informed of updates, you must get on the e-mail list for that particular contract. To do so, complete the online form located on that contract’s detail page. This is the page for the Camp Fire in Butte County. Go to the bottom of the page and click on View Contact Form.

Phase II Alternative Debris Removal

Property owners who do not qualify for, or who chose not to participate in, the Government-sponsored Debris Removal Program, must hire properly licensed private contractors and consultants to remove fire debris and clean up their properties.

An Alternative Fire Debris Removal Application form must be submitted, and a Work Plan must be approved by the Butte County Environmental Health Division prior to the commencement of work. Private debris removal is done at the homeowner’s expense and must meet the standards outlined for the Alternative Program. This includes compliance with all legal requirements for disposal, best management practices for activities on site, proper transportation and documentation of waste, and erosion control.

Health and Safety Program – Hazwoper Training Certification

For further information on training certification programs offered through Butte College – The Training Place, please click here for an information flyer.

Contractor Email List

Private contractors interested in information on the alternative debris removal program can subscribe below to receive updates and news specific to program requirements.